Ultra-High-Definition resolution at 60 Hz, SpectraView Engine and Multi-Picture Mode for enhanced conferencing are just a few of the features from NEC’s newest display, the X651UHD. The 65-inch screen provides crystal clear colours in 4K resolution thanks to the high-performance S-IPS LCD panel with 500 cd/m2 maximum brightness and a 1400:1 contrast ratio.
The new Multi-Picture Mode feature enables up to four simultaneous content feeds to be displayed and manipulated to better serve the customer. The display also has the ability to enhance content non-native to the resolution of the panel. The new UHD Upscaling feature uses algorithms to adjust pixels based on the intensity and color of surrounding pixels in order to provide an even sharper and richer image than traditional upscaling.
“The new 65-inch UHD display offers vivid content and a multitude of application options,” said Keith Yanke, Senior Director of Product Marketing at NEC Display. “Its Multi-Picture Mode feature delivers up to four simultaneous feeds to the display at once, allowing for content flexibility for different digital signage applications, while the SpectraView Engine support gives users the ability to showcase mission-critical color accuracy and adjustment for those applications where colors matter most.”
There is plenty of connectivity on this monitor beside the DisplayPort 1.2. It also has four HDMI 1.4 ports, two Dual-link DVI ports and also comes with two LAN ports, built-in USB hub, and RS232C. Audio is provided by built-in 10W stereo speakers , 3.5mm audio jack, and speaker connections. Such an amount of features and display size needs some power and the X651UHD draws 150W when in use. It also features integrated temperature sensors and thermodynamic cooling fans for the most rigorous digital signage apps and to keep everything running smooth.
NEC’s new X651UHD display will be available in April 2015 at a minimum advertised price of $6,899, but the display ships with a 3-year parts and labor warranty that includes the backlight.